>fitter Happier isn't an actual song
>its a joe rogan tells dan auerbach that inanimate objects have memory and won't let it go and keeps repeating it even though dan keeps disagreeing or politely saying "ok" and tells dan his new guitar has memory episode
Post your charts m8s
Dont forget to r8 b8 and rec
Lets guess each others occupation/major
You're a writer (i suck at this) and i recc you:
+danny brown "xxx" (listening to it rn)
ho99o9- horrors of 1999
eric's trip- love tara
>Hybrid Theory has sold over 27 million copies worldwide, which makes it the best selling debut album of the 2000s.
We live in a dimension where a nu-metal album was the best selling album of the 2000s. Let that sink in for a moment.
It makes sense when you really think back to the time.
Band makes a super accessible version of an already popular genre right at the very start of a decade. They got in early and just at the right time for that environment.
the top selling album of the 90s was the black album by metallica, followed by mediocre pop rock, and then a shitty "post-grunge" (i.e. regurgitation of the already bland fake grunge scene that emerged after Nirvana became big) album that people praise for no reason
so the 2000s really aren't that much worse
don't be so nice to each other
Your mom ain't a virgin
Haven't listened to a single song by him.
>listens to hip-hop and "indie" rock
>doesn't listen to classical, jazz, metal, or prog
I fucking hate neo-/mu/
gets boring quickly for me
but as a whole, you shouldn't have to listen to one genre before listening to another, there's no entry pass for each genre. (Ex. You can't listen to TLOP without hearing MBDTW first). That's ridiculous. You don't control what other people listen to, believe it or not.
hip-hop supergroup Bankroll Mafia which features Young Thug, T.I. and others just dropped a 17-track album on iTunes and Tidal with features from other rappers such as Lil Yachty.
I NEED THIS!!!
Anything else worth listening to in electronic music? Just getting into the genre.
Post your favorite albums.
>Anything else worth listening to in electronic music?
No, literally nothing.
Also, Andy Stott (and most other artists who make "electronic" music with a dance bent) are mainly single/EP oriented
What makes this good?
Now that Kyary Pamyu Pamyu's career is officially over, we all agree the Nanda Collection was her best album, yes?
What was your favorite song on it? Mine was Fashion Monster.
Has popular music done ANYTHING worth saving?
Grimes, St. Vincent, Carly Rae Jensen, the list simply goes on. If you're not an indoctrinated elitist you'll see the value in top 40's pop. I'm an open minded music listener and can admit when bell curve music is as good/better than the average poseurtarian rubbish.
All this shit about Prince dying has made me hate him. He was a complacent musician and made alright pop albums, then went down the shitter. People act like he was a virtuoso that made complex masterpieces, when there was only a window of time where he was good.
ITT: the only good album in it's genre
I need music with an upbeat funkish forest feel.